Mid-Range Management Theory: Competence Perspectives on Modularity and Dynamic Capabilities Vol: 8

Ron Sanchez
Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Aimé Heene
Ghent University, Belgium

Seçkin Polat
Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Umut Asan
Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Product Details
13 Dec 2017
Emerald Publishing Limited
184 pages - 152 x 229mm
Research in Competence-Based Management
This volume presents an epistemological argument for the essential function of mid-range theory in advancing management concepts that can be usefully applied by managers. Authors analyse two examples - modularity and dynamic capabilities.
Building Theory for Management Science and Practice: An Epistemological Perspective from Competence-Based Management Theory
Overcoming Path Dependency and "Lock-In": In Competence Building and Competence Leveraging Processes
Identifying Competences and Their Sources in a Not-for-Profit Organization: The Case of A Humanitarian Relief Organization
Building Sustainability Competence from the Top Down: A Model for Researching and Improving Boards of Directors' Influence on Firms' Sustainability Performance
Roadmap-based Methodology for the Forecasting of Competences within Automotive Product Development
Modularity in New Market Formation: Lessons for Technology and Economic Policy and Competence-Based Strategic Management

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